P24L_2005_Final_Exam - 2 1. (a) Why is the arrow on the...

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DO NOT WRITE OR TYPE ON THE BACK OF THIS SHEET: USE ONE SIDE ONLY INSTRUCTIONS: Each page must be signed by the Examiner, the University Examiner, and where applicable the External Examiner. Where the examination does not require a University Examiner, the form must be signed by the First and Second Examiners. Completed forms should be handed to the Senior Assistant Registrar (Examinations). Where applicable, the EXTERNAL EXAMINER is requested to sign the question paper and return it with comments, if any, (on a separate sheet), to the Senior Assistant Registrar (Examinations). ……………………………………. . ........................................................................................ First Examiner University Examiner ……………………………………… …………………………………………………………. Second Examiner External Examiner (where applicable) Date: 2005/ ………/………. Date: 2005/……. ./……… 2 1. (a) Why is the arrow on the bipolar junction transistor schematic symbol important? What are two of the factors associated with bias stability? When designing for the best bias stability which bias configuration should be chosen? [4] (b) Consider the circuit shown in Figure 1(b). Find (i) (ii) V CC (iii) R B [6] R B 2.7 k 0.68 k V CC V CE = 7.3 V 2.1 V
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2011 for the course ELETRONICS P24L taught by Professor Learymyers during the Spring '11 term at University of the West Indies at Mona.

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P24L_2005_Final_Exam - 2 1. (a) Why is the arrow on the...

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